Cheer UpWhen I see a sad faceMore Like This
Knowing how they feel
Like they're trapped in lace
I tell them to cheer up
Feeling like there's no door
That can lead them out
They needn't feel too poor
Look at what you have and cheer up
The children praise elders actions
So look up to the sky
Hold hands in satisfaction
And remember to always cheer up
Make A WishBill and Tom were outside of their house in the yard laying side by side on a hammock. Bill was barely awake but kept his eyes open to answer back anything he was asked. Tom was wide awake babbling away to his younger twin about what they thought about the movie Inception. Bill huddled under the checkered blue blanket and looked up at the sky. It was full of hundreds of little sparking stars.More Like This
"Those stars look like the shine in your eyes," Tom whispered in his ears.
Bill laughed, "That was seriously cheesy!"
Tom snuggled his little twin in his arms and looked up as well. Tonight was supposed to be a meteor shower and they've been out for almost an hour and still not seen anything.
"Wake me when it starts," Bill whispered. Tom wrapped his arms around the fragile body as wind blew on their faces. He turned the radio on low and gazed down at the sleeping boy. His flattened raven hair ran down his face. Tom wiped the strands to the side began to listen.
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